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Infidel: Legends of the Men of Iron Book 1


Long have I been intrigued by the Knights Templar, often wondering what might have happened if members of this organization were ever to find themselves on the outskirts, the fringes if you will, while still fighting the good fight.

The first in a new series, Infidel: Legends of the Men of Iron is a book that outlines such a possibility.

This is a book that chronicles camaraderie, brotherhood, retribution and betrayal. Displaying credible potentiality, it is also a book that I was unable to put down. Herein, you will meet Khalil, the eighth Mamluk sultan of Egypt, whilst experiencing the siege of Acre (which was the capital of the remnant of the Kingdom of Jerusalem) in 1291; the last Crusader-controlled city which fell to the Muslims. Long has it been known that the Knights Templar were privy to a great truth; a truth that the RC Church had managed to keep secret from the world for more than one thousand years. In keeping, so, too, will you become embroiled in the ongoing battle between the uncorrupted arm of Templar Order (under the direction of Grand Master Jacques de Molay) and the RC Church; likewise, many a reader shall also find themselves enthralled with the ending.

Michele Doucette, author of A Travel in Time to Grand Pré
Date Added: 02/25/2012 by Michele Doucette
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